bad: 64 emails in 8 hours, none personal, all of them spam. try to blame lj?
good, possibly really good: johnny depp plays james barrie.
bad: michelle trachtenberg now in greg araki movie. words and ** fail me.
fucked: ... i'll tell you later.
eta: my drugs. deriavates of -
vitamin b: make you happy. or something.
vitamin a: can cause depression.
should they really be giving me both?
complete strangers, please speak to me, i need you.for help re. (mainly) .avi files:
big problem: i have already deleted so many files because i was unable to open them, despite long searches, complicated player and codec installations, and lots of heartache. i just don't want to do this again and ask you
a) the first one once played with the correct subtitles, automatically opening "direct vob sub" when using windows media player. then, no matter what i did, no matter which player i tried, even when i set vobsub to always open (not "when forced" only) i never got the subtitles again.
b) generally all my divx no longer play in the divx player, despite me having downloaded all kinds of codecs. i cannot play them in winamp as they turn blue. but windows media player (my version) simply does not allow me to change it to the correct 16:9 ratio. so i can have it 1) squeezed or 2) blue.
c) when an avi file does not have any sound in "edwatch" despite the console listing "mpeg 2 layers 3 0Khz", might the finished overnet download be ok, or is it hopeless?
this is the tip of the iceberg. thank you kindly for any and all tips.